insect control

insect control

[′in‚sekt kən‚trōl]
(ecology)
Regulation of insect populations by biological or chemical means.
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Contract notice: Offer of framework agreement on delivery of subscription agreements on insect control.
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However, the US EPA released a report last October concluding that "in most cases there is no difference in soybean yield when soybean seed was treated with neonicotinoids versus not receiving any insect control treatment.
Beyond that, the expectations and requirements of end-users and policymakers, and even social attitudes, keep changing, which generally means the bar for what is expected from insect control measures keeps being raised.
com)-- Carl Jarl Group has just announced that they are now selling and installing the MistAway Automatic Outdoor Insect Control System for the summer.
Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences sign a new cross-licensing agreement for creation of the next generation of advanced weed and insect control technology in corn.
8 October 2012 a[euro]" US insect control products manufacturer McLaughlin Gormley King Company Inc (MGK) said it had sold its subsidiary ICR Inc to i2L Research Ltd, the UK pest control products testing company spun out of Cardiff University in 2001.
ALTHOUGH THE AVERAGE SPENDING ON INSECT control products was down in 2009 (according to the National Gardening Survey), evidence suggests a resurgence this year, especially considering the bedbug outbreak in cities like New York and Chicago.
011" 30 X 30 mesh for insect control Federal specification Std-A-A-1037B
DuPont Crop Protection, Saudi Arabia, is set to launch a revolutionary new insect control product DuPont Coragen later this month.
The scientists said that with further research, they can tap into this genetic characteristic, identify the times that a target insect is most vulnerable to a specific pesticide, and use that information to increase the effectiveness, reduce costs and decrease the amounts of pesticide necessary for insect control.
Forest Service to showcase its product, but Washington has chosen not to expand the department's funding for insect control programs despite infestation problems spreading eastward into other states.